Delete the various values in the cells

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In Word 2003 I have created a table, In various cells I enter some values and save the document. Then If I try to delete the table directly, Will Word 2003 first asks me to delete the various values in the cells? Tell me it is true or wrong. 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #80114

Delete the various values in the cells

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Hi Jagodish,

Yes it’s true. If you want to delete some of the files that you save it always prompts if you really want to delete it or you just accidentally clicked it.

That’s why it always like you have assurance weather you want or not. But there is always a recovery in the so what’s the difference between that.

Thanks.

Answered By 0 points N/A #80115

Delete the various values in the cells

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In anticipation we knew about tab table. Now we will learn how making cell table. Meanwhile we have learnt how making a table using tab sign. But if we make cell table then it is capable to make the tables accurately.

In this method like MS Excel a table can be made with columns and rows. MS Word has some necessary tools to make a table.

If you want you can make a table from ribbon toolbar. You can also make table border. Such kind of table is called cell table.

Open MS Word and create a new blank file. Give a name to your open window as Cell Table and save it. Find table menu. You may in addition delete your values of the cells.

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